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  • Jørgen_BjerringJørgen_Bjerring Copenhagen, DenmarkPosts: 4,442Registered Users Many Grins

    Jørgen Bjerring
    Photos: https://jb-photos.smugmug.com/
    The one who takes a joke only for a joke and seriousness only seriously he and she have got both badly. Grook by Piet Hein in my poor translation.

  • Jørgen_BjerringJørgen_Bjerring Copenhagen, DenmarkPosts: 4,442Registered Users Many Grins

    Kestrel

    Jørgen Bjerring
    Photos: https://jb-photos.smugmug.com/
    The one who takes a joke only for a joke and seriousness only seriously he and she have got both badly. Grook by Piet Hein in my poor translation.

  • Jørgen_BjerringJørgen_Bjerring Copenhagen, DenmarkPosts: 4,442Registered Users Many Grins

    Jørgen Bjerring
    Photos: https://jb-photos.smugmug.com/
    The one who takes a joke only for a joke and seriousness only seriously he and she have got both badly. Grook by Piet Hein in my poor translation.

  • pathfinderpathfinder Drive By Digital Shooter western IndianaPosts: 14,115Super Moderators moderator

    A couple sandhill cranes from March of 2005, caught with a 20D - edited recently in LR Classic CC

    Pathfinder - www.pathfinder.smugmug.com

    Moderator of the Technique Forum and Finishing School on Dgrin
  • JonaBeth RussellJonaBeth Russell Major grins MauiPosts: 593Registered Users Major grins

    Damn, y'all are killin' it! I don't have any recents, but I do have an ultra-slow motion vid of an owl in flight, captured from a drone. But that's another thread. lol

    Keep 'em comin'!!!

  • Jørgen_BjerringJørgen_Bjerring Copenhagen, DenmarkPosts: 4,442Registered Users Many Grins

    @JonaBeth Russell said:
    Damn, y'all are killin' it! I don't have any recents, but I do have an ultra-slow motion vid of an owl in flight, captured from a drone. But that's another thread. lol

    Keep 'em comin'!!!

    Many thanks for commentinh :)

    Jørgen Bjerring
    Photos: https://jb-photos.smugmug.com/
    The one who takes a joke only for a joke and seriousness only seriously he and she have got both badly. Grook by Piet Hein in my poor translation.

  • Jørgen_BjerringJørgen_Bjerring Copenhagen, DenmarkPosts: 4,442Registered Users Many Grins

    Common Cuckoo

    Jørgen Bjerring
    Photos: https://jb-photos.smugmug.com/
    The one who takes a joke only for a joke and seriousness only seriously he and she have got both badly. Grook by Piet Hein in my poor translation.

  • Adam_Triska03Adam_Triska03 Ontario, CanadaPosts: 16Registered Users Big grins
    edited November 26, 2017
    I'm new to smugmug and forums but I wanted to join this BIF photo forum. How do I add a photo?
  • JAGJAG Photomaniac Wasilla, AKPosts: 5,681Super Moderators moderator

    @Adam_Triska03 said:
    I'm new to smugmug and forums but I wanted to join this BIF photo forum. How do I add a photo?

    Since you are new, you will have to participate on the forums by commenting on more photos. After a certain amount of time has passed and comments, you will then have the option to post images. This is a requirement for all first time members.

  • Adam_Triska03Adam_Triska03 Ontario, CanadaPosts: 16Registered Users Big grins
    > @JAG said:
    > @Adam_Triska03 said:
    > I'm new to smugmug and forums but I wanted to join this BIF photo forum. How do I add a photo?
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    > Since you are new, you will have to participate on the forums by commenting on more photos. After a certain amount of time has passed and comments, you will then have the option to post images. This is a requirement for all first time members.

    Thank you for taking the time to explain how this all works, this is all new to me.
  • Adam_Triska03Adam_Triska03 Ontario, CanadaPosts: 16Registered Users Big grins
    > @pathfinder said:
    > A couple sandhill cranes from March of 2005, caught with a 20D - edited recently in LR Classic CC

    I like the first photo for the detail of the bird in flight, but I do feel that the second photo is the stronger of the two. I feel it tells more of a story since you have the environment the birds are living in, but also you managed to get more Sandhill cranes in the background of the image. Nice work!
  • Adam_Triska03Adam_Triska03 Ontario, CanadaPosts: 16Registered Users Big grins
    > @Jørgen_Bjerring said:
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    I think this is a strong photo of these Mute Swans in flight. I like how there's layers to the photo. At the top, there's dried out long grass on the bank, then there's a lighter coloured layer that looks like ice? (maybe it's just the lighting on the water I don't know), then the main subject, the Swans. I know it's hard to think about these things in the moment, but if only you had taking the shot/ composition just a little lower, you could have got the reflections of both the birds in the water. That just would have been the icing on the cake to me. All in all, good shot.
  • Adam_Triska03Adam_Triska03 Ontario, CanadaPosts: 16Registered Users Big grins
    > @Jørgen_Bjerring said:
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    I really like the lighting in this photo and the unusual looking pose you managed to capture.
  • Adam_Triska03Adam_Triska03 Ontario, CanadaPosts: 16Registered Users Big grins
    edited November 29, 2017

    I can't figure out how to post my photo. I have tried to click on the attach image and paste a link into the image URL and it doesn't work. When I use the URL link, it only gives a link straight to my profile and that image. How do I get the image to show up on this page/forum? adamsphotographicmemories.com/Birds-of-Prey/i-kcBJv92/A

  • Jørgen_BjerringJørgen_Bjerring Copenhagen, DenmarkPosts: 4,442Registered Users Many Grins

    @Adam_Triska03 said:
    I can't figure out how to post my photo. I have tried to click on the attach image and paste a link into the image URL and it doesn't work. When I use the URL link, it only gives a link straight to my profile and that image. How do I get the image to show up on this page/forum? adamsphotographicmemories.com/Birds-of-Prey/i-kcBJv92/A

    I hope one of the moderators - maybe @JAG again - will help you with your newbie problems (you also have some dropping problems).

    @Adam_Triska03 said:
    > @Jørgen_Bjerring said:

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    I think this is a strong photo of these Mute Swans in flight. I like how there's layers to the photo. At the top, there's dried out long grass on the bank, then there's a lighter coloured layer that looks like ice? (maybe it's just the lighting on the water I don't know), then the main subject, the Swans. I know it's hard to think about these things in the moment, but if only you had taking the shot/ composition just a little lower, you could have got the reflections of both the birds in the water. That just would have been the icing on the cake to me. All in all, good shot.

    The photo is the first in a series - https://dgrin.com/discussion/261215/reflections - and may be I made a bad decision when cutting the version you have seen. As you can see on the version below I got the hole reflection.

    Jørgen Bjerring
    Photos: https://jb-photos.smugmug.com/
    The one who takes a joke only for a joke and seriousness only seriously he and she have got both badly. Grook by Piet Hein in my poor translation.

  • JAGJAG Photomaniac Wasilla, AKPosts: 5,681Super Moderators moderator
    edited November 29, 2017

    @Adam_Triska03 said:
    I can't figure out how to post my photo. I have tried to click on the attach image and paste a link into the image URL and it doesn't work. When I use the URL link, it only gives a link straight to my profile and that image. How do I get the image to show up on this page/forum? adamsphotographicmemories.com/Birds-of-Prey/i-kcBJv92/A

    Since you are using smugmug, make sure you click a size , most share XL first, then it is better if you go to the html tab and copy all of the html in the bottom square. Then just paste it into a post editor block. It will not only show the image but it will go back to your gallery if people want to see more of your work and they click on your image. .
    PS...make sure you are logged in as administrator to your smugmug account to make it work.

  • JAGJAG Photomaniac Wasilla, AKPosts: 5,681Super Moderators moderator

    @Jørgen_Bjerring, I like the full image so much better!

  • Jørgen_BjerringJørgen_Bjerring Copenhagen, DenmarkPosts: 4,442Registered Users Many Grins

    @JAG said:
    @Jørgen_Bjerring, I like the full image so much better!

    Many thanks, Joyce :)

    Jørgen Bjerring
    Photos: https://jb-photos.smugmug.com/
    The one who takes a joke only for a joke and seriousness only seriously he and she have got both badly. Grook by Piet Hein in my poor translation.

  • RichardRichard Mildly bemused Madrid, SpainPosts: 18,119Administrators, Vanilla Admin moderator

    @Adam_Triska03 said:
    I can't figure out how to post my photo.

    As an anti-spam measure, we limit the privileges of new members for a short time. Try again. You should have full posting rights now.

  • Adam_Triska03Adam_Triska03 Ontario, CanadaPosts: 16Registered Users Big grins
    edited November 29, 2017
  • Jørgen_BjerringJørgen_Bjerring Copenhagen, DenmarkPosts: 4,442Registered Users Many Grins
    edited November 29, 2017

    ...

    I don't know why it posted the photo twice?

    I had my problems too as a newbie. If I was you I would click on the Edit icon in your comment (the wheel in the uppper right corner) and then delete the content totally and start again by clicking the Image icon (the last one at the right with a sun and mountain), paste the Image URL (copied from Share in SmugMug) again and the post the comment.

    Jørgen Bjerring
    Photos: https://jb-photos.smugmug.com/
    The one who takes a joke only for a joke and seriousness only seriously he and she have got both badly. Grook by Piet Hein in my poor translation.

  • Jørgen_BjerringJørgen_Bjerring Copenhagen, DenmarkPosts: 4,442Registered Users Many Grins
    edited November 29, 2017

    That URL isn't inserted with the help of the Image Icon. The picture below is. If you look at the tool line in a (new) post the Image Icon is the last one to the right. You must use that (click on it) and paste the URL in the box that opens. To get the picture below I copied the URL from your above post and used the Image Icon to paste it. I will delete your photo from this post, when you have seen it.
    (deleted photo)

    Jørgen Bjerring
    Photos: https://jb-photos.smugmug.com/
    The one who takes a joke only for a joke and seriousness only seriously he and she have got both badly. Grook by Piet Hein in my poor translation.

  • Adam_Triska03Adam_Triska03 Ontario, CanadaPosts: 16Registered Users Big grins

    @Jørgen_Bjerring said:

    That URL isn't inserted with the help of the Image Icon. The picture below is. If you look at the tool line in a (new) post the Image Icon is the last one to the right. You must use that (click on it) and paste the URL in the box that opens. To get the picture below I copied the URL from your above post and used the Image Icon to paste it. I will delete your photo from this post, when you have seen it.

    Thank you for fixing it!

  • Jørgen_BjerringJørgen_Bjerring Copenhagen, DenmarkPosts: 4,442Registered Users Many Grins
    edited November 29, 2017

    @Adam_Triska03 said: ...
    Thank you for fixing it!

    You are welcome :o

    Jørgen Bjerring
    Photos: https://jb-photos.smugmug.com/
    The one who takes a joke only for a joke and seriousness only seriously he and she have got both badly. Grook by Piet Hein in my poor translation.

  • Jørgen_BjerringJørgen_Bjerring Copenhagen, DenmarkPosts: 4,442Registered Users Many Grins

    Jørgen Bjerring
    Photos: https://jb-photos.smugmug.com/
    The one who takes a joke only for a joke and seriousness only seriously he and she have got both badly. Grook by Piet Hein in my poor translation.

  • JAGJAG Photomaniac Wasilla, AKPosts: 5,681Super Moderators moderator

    Glad you got it figured out Adam. There's more than one way to skin a cat, as well as post an image to these forums!

  • Jørgen_BjerringJørgen_Bjerring Copenhagen, DenmarkPosts: 4,442Registered Users Many Grins

    Jørgen Bjerring
    Photos: https://jb-photos.smugmug.com/
    The one who takes a joke only for a joke and seriousness only seriously he and she have got both badly. Grook by Piet Hein in my poor translation.

  • Adam_Triska03Adam_Triska03 Ontario, CanadaPosts: 16Registered Users Big grins

    What species is this, do you know?

  • Jørgen_BjerringJørgen_Bjerring Copenhagen, DenmarkPosts: 4,442Registered Users Many Grins

    ...

    What species is this, do you know?

    It's a Common Buzzard.

    Jørgen Bjerring
    Photos: https://jb-photos.smugmug.com/
    The one who takes a joke only for a joke and seriousness only seriously he and she have got both badly. Grook by Piet Hein in my poor translation.

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